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I- iT p t- v s THE HAZEL GREEN HERALDa i Established March 4 1885 Made Famous in tho Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORen L 1 PENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor Of n Nub World With New From All Kntloni Lunibrlnc nt IIli llnek a SIOO A YEAR Always In Advane THIRTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 20 1897 NUMBER 18 j r Jl CORRESPONDENCE DA 4AI WOLFS COUNTY of Cox Mill Robert Nickel bar been on the sick thtt John Allen of Clark branch moved to jlenifee county this week Willie Clark of Clark branch spent Jut Sunday with his best girl Tsvlor Stamper and E F Kash made 4 flying trip to Campton Thursday Miss Rhoda Samples of Stillwater stoat the week with Miss Rose Clark l 2ho school in charge of Miss Lou Ward at this place is progressing nicely Mrs Dennis Hollon who has been on tfee sick list for some days past is im proving Sott Coldironof Stillwater has re turned from Illinois and is well pleased with his trip Mrs Porter Clark who has been cou fined to her bed for some time is able to Tx out againtJuly 22 COKA LIE f SugarLoalitProspects are good for full granaries this fall Farmers are behind with their oat and Ijrtu harvest on account of wet weather Thos Lykins passed through here last jfSiturday en route to Jackson on busi loess 1 f t Many of our young folks attended the jfoot washing on Nigger branch last I Sunday I Bob Anderson made a flying trip to Jackson last Saturday on business and returned Sunday aI By the way Willie Easterling killed Vibe largest copperhead last Thursday your scribe ever saw r Morton Rose will start to Texas on j Monday Ho says ho is going west to- brow up with the country f ShockeytlChool 6 H peels for a good school are promising a Advice to young menDe sure to do demand4iftuous hearts- Samuel Bailey and John Shockc wrapped horses last Thursday the lat ter receiving 3 difference Sam nowIowns the pacing grarIWhile tho majestic ship of liberty iis plowing the unfathomable ocean of improvement and safely landing thousands of her inmates up to the eternal mansion of fame while the storms of time are only unfurling her sails to tho prosperityanllng tideIswafting into tho mighty a upwardacallahooting c embnrklogurdrowned publlcstrolledupweekAfterpleasant conversa than the former said to the latter Taytor It Soanfriendlya totepassimthrough calledtoShocker u yohad1 Tayorhendfoundastonishment that he lam1 left his itani iteni two j wyji neither saw any frogs or liljcd any snakes July1 26PLUCKY BILL I1ItAGOiFIN may FOyrus Chips btorny e goodelast Sat r i a 1 urday or Tuesday but both got here to tiny Sonic postmaster dont do his duty Our school commenced last Monday with J H Cooper as teacher Several the patrons were present to listen to tt- a fine speech from George Gross Ho whiskyHopeCap Stanleys boy is growing fine He has not been named yet One wants to name him Rill McKinley and the other William J Brjan He wants the editor of Tin HKUAID to send a name as they are divided in politics and cant agree Why not make a combination of the two names and call him William BryanT EnThere is considerable excitement in this neighborhood over oil A few days ago n stream of oil broke out on J P Conleya farm hear here which causes people to feel good The oil spring is about four miles from Snlyersville on State Road fork It is thought to yield about ten barrels every 24 hours Your scribe saw it this morning There is plenty of oil there Men trying to buy land is all the talk here We hope en terprise will open up in Eastern Ken tuckyJuly 24 OLD TIMEU MORGAN COUNTY West Liberty Whisperings News scarce Plenty of rain Crops looking fine Mrs W 0 Carter is not expected to liveI W Rose is out again after a pro tracted illness Roads I roads t Oh t what has become of our country roads Bridges all torn down j mudholes three feet deep i narrow pass ways j gullies washed out i walk or not go Cant something bo done Is there not plenty of brush and rock to fill up mudholes Is there not ground enough in our county to spare to build roads or can there not be something done so that it will be safe to travel July 20 16 TO 1 Consolation Chat E L Blankenship is syfaxing this week E 0 Taulbce passed through here on Monday en route to Tho Jambs Picket Motley has been suffering very weekyMiss Rylda Horton of Montgomery county was visiting in this neighborhood this week IRev Barney Blankensbip came homo Saturday and returned to his work at Salt Lick on Monday ITommie Walters was badly bitten by meaet from it His lower limb is giving him much pain Little Kelley Pack is very sick with somo spinal trouble His aunts Mes dames Ed and Oscar Cecil were called to set him this week The Baptist footwashing on last Sunday nt this place was largely attend ed Revs Wheeler and Crawford con ducted the services lOur school opened Monday with Miss Minnie L Day of your town as teacher The enrollment was fortytwo which ii8 the highest the school ever had on tho first day and speaks well for tho gifted yeung teacher who has just begun lac second session July 27 NVM Maytown Missiles L Drake May of Camargo iis in town Mr anti Mrs John Sweeney are im proving nicely W W Manker is in Cincinnati buying machinery etc for his mill Mrs Jordan Wills reported on th sick list is gradually improving Enclosed find 50 cents to pay for Tits HEUALP six months for Mrs J D Hen ry Ezel John Nickoll of Pinegrove had fiveI yearling steers valued at 100 killed by lightning Saturday evening Mrs W P Sample returned homo t- F Sunday from a two weeks visit to her daughter Mrs E B May and reports another grandson Charley Lyons of Frenchburg is in town We guess he will not como back any more as we do not see any prepara tion ho is making to leave James and Robert Motley swooped down on our town this morning with pistols and shotguns captured and car ried away little Johnnie Patrick Tho screams from the little fellow and the family created more excitement than a fire or anything that has happened in our town There was one six shooter i left on the street Our public school was organized YonJ day morning by Mrs J Spaulding of Pinegrove who is an experienced instruc t tress and perfectly at home in the school room Her address U the pupils patI rons and trustees was grand Henry Nell trustee and J T Soxton both gave very appropriate talks Fortyseven en rolled but two J T Sexton and C A Sample were ruled out as being over age Some preparations are being made for the Hazel Green fair in this neck o the woods Jordan Wills had two red steers weighed on the 20th one twelve months old that day and tho other 11 months and 20 days aggregating 1200 pounds W P Sample had a calf not three months old weighed tho same day and it weighed 240 pounds They are of theI Bridgeforth herd brought here by ourI I townsman R A Childert Have not heard of but ont calf of tho stockselling under 10 and from that to 20 lhoII aggregate ago of the three calves was 26I months and 9 days and their aggregate I weight was 153G pounds Its powerful i nice to see a calf with a cable to it madoI of blue ribbon coming this way nndii pumpkin vines over half way across a 10 acre ficldIJuly 26 WINo LESS Ladles Homo Journal Fiction Number The Ladies Home Journal far Aug ust largely devoted to fiction presents a number of short stories by the best known writers that will pleasantly cm I ploy tho leisure of midsummer days Of special interest among these are the open lug chapters of Ilamliu Garlands latest j serial The Spirit of Swectwatcr a ro manco with the rugged wilds of tho western mining company as its pictur esque background and The Two Mrs Chesters by Mrs A D T Whitney one of the best stories that has come from the pen of that popular author Arthur Willis Colton contributes a pa thetic sketch liThe Flowers on Tim RAOS Grave and Annie Stcger Winston nar rates a rustic courtship InliThe Jilting ef Mary Ellen Ellinor Dalo Runcie in Sergeant Matty gives one a view of the heroism of a Salvation Army girl and her steadfast devotion to time cause in which she labors and Grace Stuart Reid tells the story of Her Mysterious Disappearance Another story of pow erful interest is Sarah Pnrrs Before the Morning Watchn Quaker romance laid in the stirring Revolutionary times Along other lines nearer the practical I side of life Edward W lick addresses parents on allowing young girls too much liberty and freedom and has hearty commendations for tho work performed by our smaller colleges Droch chatsI on Vacation Mcandorings and Dwight L Moody teaches tho lesson of time lies urrection Mrs S T Rorer tells all about Canning and Preserving the preparation of food that requires but lit ThteI bride her trousseau and its accessories are treated instructively in two articles and How to Make a Dress iis told in another Indoor Window Gardening needlework games and pastimes for rainy days with the various departments pertaining to the household and the home male the August Journals offer ing exceptionally complete Pictorially Charlees Dana Gibson pictures Pickwick Deliv Ing His Famous Oration one of his series of Dickens People By the Curtis Publishing Company Philadelphia One dollar per year ten cents per copy Charloy Keyser with O P Tracy Co Portsmouth 0 wasa guest of tho Day House last Friday Two Groat Farmers Special to Tntx HKKAID- RAHTOUL ILL July 26 1897 Nn doubt many of Tut HERALD read ers would be interested in learning seine thinp of the two largest farmers in the world They are Samuel W Allcrton of Chicago late candidate for U S scan It tor rand James Richardson of New Or leans Moth live in the city but they nt own rand operate immense tracts of fer tilo lands Mr Allcrtou owns 40000 acres of corn land in central Illinois no acre of which could be bought for less a than 75 He has built numerous churches schoolhouses and dwellings on this land for the use of his tenants who receive 10 cents per bushel for raising corn and every grain is fed to cattle on the land This with what ho buys amounts to over three million bushels annually This sane mnn owns 50000 acres of corn land in Iowa which ho runs on n similar plan to that in Illinois Like nil other landlords in the corn belt of these two states lheyaro not worrying about tho hard times But not so with tho tenantry of these two states They arc having a lard time to make expen lies The new crop of oats are going at only 10 cents per bushel while old corn is only 20 cents with no prospects of a better price for tho coming crop which is estimated in advance to be 400000000 short Mr Richardson is a cotton plantcrand operates in tho Vnzoo Delta in Mississippi His largest plantation contains 39000 acres nod is as rich as tho valley of the Nile 10000 people look to him for bread and meat and 15 per cent of them are negroes tho others being managers overseers and storekeepers This is tho largest plantation in ono body in the world nUll there are three towns on it each containing three to five hundred people The towns do n thriving busi ness and numerous saw and grist mills cotton gins bucking machines etc are run the year round Mr Richardson in merited the must of his wealth from his father who was the greatest cotton planter in tho world Young Richard son is about 40 years old and n man of tho world Ho followed the celebrated Kentucky actress Mary Anderson around the globe and presented her with n diamond necklace worth 100000 in the vain attempt to marry lit r but even that long polo failed to knock the per HI ininon Sho could make V00 a night ou the stage and wealth was no tempta J tion to her J II S McKinleys Prayer Our father who art in England Roths child be thy name i thy kingdom come to America thy will be done in the United States as in England i give m this day our bonds in gold but not in silver i give us plenty of laboring moos votes to keep monopoly in power and its friends in office Wo know our father that we have dono many things that wore wrong in thy sight Wo know our father that we have robbed the homes of the poor laboring men and brought distress to many a poor mans wife and children We know it wai wrong to refund tho bonds and make them payable in coin j we know that 1 it wrong to water our railroad stock but thou oh father knowcst that we make lour money by that Now oh God our Father who reigns on Thy throne above knoweat that ware e above politics Thou knowest oh God that it is the same with us whether Gold Democrats or Republicans or Bolt ocrats rule hero on earth for thou know cst that wo are able to sway parties iIn- lour favor Load us not in the way of common peoplethe farmer and tho la borer and abovo all deliver us from 10 to 1 Thus shall wo have the kingdom tho bonds tho interest the power and the gold forever and over or until theI infernal Democrats are elected in 1000 and time Republicans fire ended forever and over Amen H E 0 Hazel Green Ky You may hunt tho world over and ron equalChamberlains rhea Remedy for bowel complaints It is pleasant safe and reliable For sale by J T Day HOODS Sarsaparllla has over an proved by its cures when all otter preparations failed that it is the Ono True BLOOD Purifier A 3 The Nashville OmtiMlal CAMP TAYLOR NASHVILLE TESJT July 23 1807 SPKXCEU Coorun hazel Green Ky Dear Sir Still living hut ridiculously hot but not too much so to give YOU a brief pen picture of the big state show was the lato Thomas Carlyle who said that If a person would ovary day look a beautiful picture examine a piece of statuary listen to n sweet song and absorb an inspiring melody he would be como n Letter man Unfortunately such combination of golden opportunities seldom comes within tho range of ordi nary mortals and therefore the majority of men aro open for improvement An opportunity is now offered to the world nt largo to indulge in tho luxuries re ferrcd to by Mr Carlyle and the effect cnn not bo otherwise than in tho di rection indicated Tho white city that has sprung up from tho earth at Nashville within tho past few months is the aggregation that if studied from any standpoint can not fail to prows a bone fitt to mankind A visitI to tho expos tint grounds is freighted with interest and iis a feast that cnn not be devoured at onco but which must bo talon piece meal and absorbtjill by degrees It ia something like a Sunday newspaper so much that you will lose it all if you are not careful There are innumerable beauties that demand attention First thorn are tho lakes of Katherine and Wa tangs The latter is spanned by the his toric rialto tho favorite lounging place of Shakespeares heroes Another very striking object in tho flagstaff whore floats Old Glory 300 feet abovo tho heads of the people The next place for amuse ment Vanity fair which at the Worlds fair was termed the Midway Plaisanco There is no Ferris wheel but u new in vcn tiou tho giant secsaw Then there is Shoot tho Chutes Chinese Village and Beauty show Cuban Village Cycloranw of Gettysburg discos Mirage Vaude villa theatre Palace of Illusions Mystic Maze Colorado gold mine in operation old plantation cake walk Gorman and Boonus animal shows streets of Cairo Moorish palace haunted swing log cabin homes of Davis rand Lincoln Venetian gondolas California big trio whore it ia free in the lobby old Vienna time nllmm bra the masquerade night and morning flying dutchman and others too nutnor Vuu to mention Then come tho different buildings tho parthenon art building history building time auditorium where is to bo found Sims famous concert band commerce building minerals and forestry buldingwomans building mod eled after tho home of Andrew Jackson childrens building agricultural build ing machinery hall Memphis pyramids Negro building railway building government building transportation build ing hygiene and education building Kentucky Illinois Alabama Knoxville Cincinnati New York Texas and others The fireworks by tho LeDuc company of Cincinnati are the grandest ever seen In fact tho entire show is grand and sub lime in every particular The Jlast attrac tion is tho soldiers ef thoCth Infantry who are all ladykillers =mashers freak all over the union They are adored by tho ladies of Nashville resulting in ex treme ill eoliag ou the part of tho mas cullne sox But after all this beauty and grandeur our thoughts ever wander Back to tIe country homo The furmhoune old and gray Tho farmers wife in calico rook Cheerily works away Her eyes nro clear with health Her dimpled checks are red And she sings n tender old thne long As she ncedi her sweet brown bread J M HANKY Of Co F Cth Inf U 8 A formerly of Morgan county Ky Judge Price of Bard well Ky made a test of tho virtue of washing sced wheat in a strong solution of bluestono water last year and has found by actual experiment that it is highly beneficial He has a field of twentytwo acres of wheat six of which was sown from wheat that bo had thoroughly washed in n tolutletv of five pounds of bluestone to twenty gallons of water and tho crop of the sire acres sown with seed thus treated is per averageedcrop sixteen acres has a great deal ef smut many small trifling heads and ia tt r wise inferior to the six NCTM r- J 1 no jrI r i at r ct Tr 4 Lt1RA THE HERALD ry- It IliA 1 WHOM COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY July 29 1807 L ANNOUNCEMENTSs For State Senator We are authorized to announce JOHN A t TAUt DEE oflliuell Green qll n camliilnto for Slate Senator for the lUli ftanatorinl district subject to the notion of the Demo ijrntlc party 0For Surveyor of Morgan County k WP nrn authorized lo nnnomiu JAMES S IIALSKY at H cntullilnte for County Sur teTor of Morgan county subject to tint de cision of the votes nt the November 1S97 a electlona DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Clerk of Court of Appeals SAM J 6HACKKLKOUn4l l Iwlelll For Circuit Judge- D n ItEliNlofI llreatldtt r s For Commonwealth Attorney A H BYRDof Wolfe For Keprckentnlive A n P1KUATT of Morgan For County Judge 511CI Tlm a For County Attorney r A II FAJliEll 1 FOr Circuit Chrk Jr V VAXSANT For County Clerk f I i SILASrtrrrForSltorif A T COM I131 For Jailor I W COMBS 6 Per 1UOMOr 0 W1 SAUKB Ileer Cwiipef ttlnhlo1lleHI of Schools- J W TAUUIB- BIw Oromr J PI M1 tfIJI C Nnr SMI rjor li11 CnrilCll r First 14 al1 DUtiifl F Justice of lheteateeJ IU KOHtt nttnMtByivisTii NOUMAN- Soionil MftgiJlerlitl Iltltl Jiutloo of the loiro1 H lKWJ I CUIIhluJ H DUAKH Phial JlnUlfilf ilatrtrtdt hutloo of the IcirpPUKSS IIOIION k uustnbloJ1118A the directors of the Fair is called fur Sat urday July 31 at ono oclock p in A full attendance isI desired as business of impor tance must bo transacted I ft r ligIlESPIllllIONS 1 1 r wis R UKOIUIK 11 41A representing the Gcorgo D Whitt Shoo Coof Hunting too 1110 was a guest of tho Day 319110 Friday and Saturday Mr Clay Iis a candidate for congress from title ills trict and his friends who aro legion think be has a mighty good show for n mountain man Mr Clay is n native of i IMko county and line been identified it nth tow Democratic pnrty over slnco he became n voter As Pike is nearly alt ways Democratic and lint heretofore yt done valiaut service for every Democrat r e ic nominee for congress without tho re fir r j jwnrd of place or preferment 5fr Clay ithlf1kA ho has a good show for the nomi z nation Later on wo shall stio what we rhall see and TUB HiMtuD will keep its renders informed of the progress in poll tics L A T COMIIH Ocmocratlo candidate for Bharlffof Wolfo county and George t W Sallco candidate for assessor were l h slinking4Wf Jirruls with their many friends Asked 1I RH to their respective prospects theyt each replied II All is lovely and oho goose Yl hangs high Rut when ve consider tho g wonderfully popularity of both of these r e1r gentlemen wo aro led to oliloquio Is Itpossible to bpnt them oven with boodlo k 1whpu tliH brainy rrld Brawny svgs of Wolfe acre for them almost to A mant F Well hardly jlannali You see tho people know them to bo truo blue but poor like a great majority of us and tho tlmo has como when us poor devils are going to stand together shoulder to fliouldcr and shout tho slogan TUB Republicans of this county in making nominations for county ofliccrs at their convention last week doubtless hail tho idea that they could win hands down if they htdn good Democrat to lead them Democrats have so long been in the lend in this county and nominated one J Buck Hollon for coun ty judge Now the Republican idea in putting a Democrat in as loader is a good one but didnt they miss it n milo when they hung on Hollon ns a Democrat Well wed smile Mr Hollon huts been a Democrat and has announced in this paper that he always would be but fail- Ing to get tho nomination in a primary in which he was duly entered last fnll ho now accepts the nomination on the Republican ticket and in accepting it BO disjmts the Republican themselves that at least 83j per cent will not touch him with n ten foot pole Indeed they openly snwhten 1 vote I want to vote l for It man in whom I can have confidence and I cant so rato a man who because defeated for nomination in one party Hops to another that ho may get an office Buck has bucked once too often Ginning Blackberries and Raspberries Select firm raspberries and put then into a colander which sink gradually Into n pan of coldwater Lit and llllll Arrange neatly in the cold jars then fill with cold water adjust the rubbers nail placo the lids CKrclcMly on top Do not fasten them Place a little hay straw or excelsior in the bottom of an ordinary jotsFourto comu nearly to the neck of tho jars cover the bofler and brine slowly to boiling point As HOII as the water reaches toiling point lift each jar carefully and screw on tho top Stand out of tho draught to slowly cool Strawberries nod blackberries may III canned after this ruleJars H T Korcr in Ladies Home Journal A man named ItohiiiHon living in the Cox Mill neighborhood claims that he toad his wife were taken out and severely wliipptxl S turlny night and namns as hs mwailnnU Wm Clark and two tents and Otto or two other ltobin onrt wife wai 1111a dfliotlo pltuaon ulIlwe un dersUiiid her lire H maH i ed fmiu the troatment Kobinmn says 1w wil Jte tout United State vMrriiiiti for the pur Thus The1 SeiitiiitlIpmocrat urges n chnnfi in the time card of tho Iy did S A R- ItrnsII rwidjso that maU can he brought thr itjh from Mt Sterling to IIcl Cirtfii in ono day Ttn Iis a muci d sired sclutlulomd should be put in nfl tat once v John A Nickoll near IEel land five head of cjiltlo killed by lightningI i during the thunder storm of Saturday loss about 70 In the same nciKliborhood recently Frank Ward lost a si T aidI several Other purxms lost Mtock Tho P 1U Gravely Tobacco Jfaiiufac tnries at Danvillo Va arc tho best and only puo Tobacco sold nail chewers will got their moneys worth For sale by II F Pieratt t Co and 11F Cas key Johnny Vest n son of Marion VeM1 living on Lone Branch and aged about 17 years died on Mommy morning last and raw burled at the old family graveyard nearby tho same afternoon iiio Frenchhurg mill owned by a titan tlllgrulllld1uobuy it was to look at tho properly Wed ncsday toad if satisfaetoiyclo o tho trade Mr and Mrs Henry IJOOloy will leave here next Monday for their home In Washington City and whero air Oodsey will resume his duties in tho revenue department Tho Way to Success In anything U to keep uvorln tlng1y at It This U true whuilittr you want to- Ronoh tho Pooplo Who Buy Goods Through an advertisement or to earn n living in sotto otlior way People ninnytlnuHI it U iiiuali the Nnini with tulvurtUor cud their rundors HIM Not by Fitful Advertising tipthisl pnpurii perhaps lint seeing your nil In the Ilasol Green Herald youMoriThl paper Int8 renders too who rend no other They nmv tint now tradeI with you lint are almost sure to do noIf von nro a oonslHiit advertUer in TUB llitUAiD Any business man who has bud tho fbunilutloii of boat titut eiiucu by nilvortiiiii in title Or Any Otter Newspaper Knows that he did it not by oecfwl waltlUllput By Keeping Everlastingly At It Donot my that people dont road rill vcrtUonicnti you have reed tits one 1 I TTY m Cherries I t uuAret RiDe rll111to0no0od8oppppe J 11withus mud theres to bo done hut the plucking for we bargains more tempting 111 them thu finest cherries you over saw Wo have to two bites at these cherries nn one win 111 boughtforIJd I P The First Bite 1I1 threebuttonsups i rior farmers satin Wo have never sold theso goods for less SIJI 15 and 18 and not one T of them cost us less than 12 wholesale but you can pluck ono for 991 11I Now Pluck 11o Other Bites 1 I IlIrc 75cSi200 mens Linen at 75c pair and ou1I have to SlfiO for i 111 anywhere11IIiI U shirt and wear like iron addlI Now Pluck I I 11iP1 Louis Gus Straus 1mTHEi PIONEER CLOTHIERS lll LE GrT f OAMITOV KY July 26 1897 I said in lust weeks HIUAM that I intended to vote for the ono giellusedI boy for sheriff of Wolfe county I also intend to vote for tho witty genial bighearted Jonas F Vansnnt for circuit court clerk Tho very mention of his name thrills the heart of every patriotic mountaineer with enthusiasm And in tho humble cabin and around the hiir hearthstone crackling with tho glad music of fireiddr joy his name will ever be wreathed with garland of imperial table glory The people of Wolfe county know his qualifications and they will elect him by an overwhelming majority Auk the widows and orphans who they want elected clerk and they will nil say II Vllnlll II tJik the stars that wander unwmirird through illimitable other and uhi tie brighter and in their silent way excluim Viiusaiit1 Ask tho aiipilic boats of heaven ant they will dance a gay cotillion to tho rythmic throb off happy hearts and thunder back the an swer ncros the plains of heaven Van IUltrt are going to elect him by an overwhelming majority His banner horne aloft by bravo bunds will wave its silken folds on the topmost heights of victory IIalso intend to vole for another Democratic nomiiifo Ito Is small illI stature but a giant in intellect his name is G1 Center and he is the Democratic nominee for county judge Voters IfI you want Wolfe county to blossom like a rose and prosperity to shed its rradiant beams upon every brow elect enterpris ink 0 T Center I love this great re public of ours hound by tho seas walled by the wide stir donned by heavens hhltIl and lit with tho eternal ttars too well toIt refuse to vote for OI T Center tho work ingmaua friend Ho will camp in tho saddle until the victory is won or tho I star of his deathly sets in darkness and gloom Scrru JACK Facts and Fiction For July With the July number Frets and Fic tion begins it fifth volume In celebra thou of tho event it appears in a highly artistic cover design in two beautiful colors and black Tho contents lire var led and interesting to every member of the household The leading article is nn illustrated review of the TurkoOrecian war giving its remote and immediate causes anti the present situation Sonic valuable matter and IIIlecdo s about Lincoln form a valuable feature Amn tour photographers will bo interested in the announced amateur photographer contest in which ttn valuable prigs are olio red some of which arc cash Facts nod Fiction is rapidly gaining tho dis tinction of being the tending H item monthly In the August number will begin the publication of au interesting serial by John It Musick entitled 1 Madam Ileaumrnls Ambition Mr Mustek will ba romombrrod the author of the famous Columbian Novels which wore read end commended by such per sons as President McKinley KxVice Levi P Morton and n host of others equally prominent After Ions negotiation tend at n large outlay Facts and Fiction is thus able to announce for the entertainment of its readers tho la t- I Ci I s t nothing offer offer than President n I ROSEDAVISCPlACTICALo BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERSI IIAXEL GREEN KENTUCKY nrMAKK A SPECIALTY OF BUILDING FARM gnu ROAD WAGON Wg use the Hilt Material and Guarantee Satisfaction Call and net our prim and when you need anything of the kind give me your order Pntroma Homo People get only honest Work and bo Happy Mgg IN THE HOKSK SHOKING AND RFPAIR lEIARTMENT- 1VfPettipl1y only skilled labor every man being an artist in his HpecialtyM your work is respectfully solicited m nunnr test production of Mr Musick toad which is in his happiest vein Fur sample copy xvriteTho Dominion Company publisher Chicago Win M4 fiirdUi Iboa demonstrated ten thousand that it la almoit Infallible FOR WOMANS PECULIAR WEAKNESSES IrrtRttlnrittcs and derangement It has bocomo the Icuillns remedy for tI11I clan of troubles It cxoru strengthenInc coresIIt stops flooding and relieves sup pressed and painful menstruation For ChtUKO of Lifo It UI the beet medicine made It U beneficial during lucnunnry and helps to bring cmldfcti Into homes barren fr years It InnrorfttfH Btlmu later itrvnithenH the vrholo system 7hU great remedy M ottured tu alt nfflicttil voucn Why will ally woman eutl r another minute with certain relief with III reach I prbottloFor aMtt tn Mttt requiring irttial rtlrrf tWnr addrrnrrtnpTytMHr tit fatlln Aofltr1l JJffrfmnf TW twtturayr 14I- II tb t1atnrnuq I lHm Rev tartMrI for tailing ol the womb sad It ntlrtl cured her I I A j i I I I I WATCHESFRED unto1UIl 4 I j And i J 1W K Main- IKXINHTOXIt KY AGENT8CllIrC onr C llio n etRlRl 81treteherntiITnefer ntulcanr ynur locality mill aurrouadirt country at unev M the prlnjK sun IIn olooc at liuno K HiiVliiitK sireWfl p works ou a new prlnciplt draws your weight V- Ienrpet lIb ill I folcarpet can he under null two thieknertn utretclictl No poiiniHnfll- si kD1Drhol1I 0 aerator stunts lu urrl positllon Spucfnl price to tigente for J pie express prepnld hood cmutel iitoe h- n mE BALDI I I I =frrl LOCAL LACONICS uml I s 1nw u r w rrrmr Mrs Mackoy has been quite sick at of Mrs Ellen Knaha but is some better j1 Kiser Wilson of Spencer Montgomery county iIs visiting relatives andl friends beretrlRev LE Maun iis at IMnegrovo conducting n grand revival assisted by Rev HRMIJk Dr Taulbeo reports the birth of a girlIJ baby to the wife of Nelson Nickell QI1h Tuesday night InRlCIJames Tester of Stillwator is serious ly ill with jaundice Dr Nickell of this place Is attending him Misses HyTda Horton and Minnie L Day made n Ilyiug trip to naY4ooro lallt I Thursday but saw no 8nnkceII Mm McLin and her three daughters as of Roan lull Vii mother and sisters ofIt Robt J McLin nro visiting tho latter harry Maupin with Reed Peebles k Co Portsmouth 0 was a guest of the Day house from Saturday until Tuesday morningqMrs Southy Lucy of Lucy creek illt please accept the thanks of the editorI and his better I for n fine mess of nice Cucumbers Henry Wilson of Daysboro linn been l quite sick fur several dayc but under the trenttnent of Dr John A Tail I bee iis rapidly improvingr Misses Belle Salyer and Nettle WheelII er left Friday for a visit to Miss Vina Povnter of Menofee and other friends h in Montgomery county Today will occur an annular eclipse of the Mm beginning about 9 oclock in ther morning mid lasting until noon It will be visible in the United StnteIIProf Coal wife and son Robert IftIMnndny for a three weeks visit to rtIIIt tivcs and friends in Mason county alldl his pmtollicp IIdlr11 will bo Wedotiin C II Goney of Mnytown Iis with I PkOH1 l Divis for a short tav madeI nee e+sary by the illness of J1 r UIWP who ic convaletcent tilt urmbiu for active work Rev 1 K Dfggendorf nlllli Iris ap poi tinsot at Sahnu lust Sunday and hnx now gone to WhiUttbiirg to meet Dr TI I U Wither won whoru they will hold fl meotlngII I Courtney tho little sun of Widow George Coldlron who liver on the Mur jiby fork has a CAKU of jaundice DrII Taulbee Iis treating lint and hes improv ing nicely H Hen IligsUill Sunday school evangelist of the Presbyterian church lpunned1 through town yesterday morning en route lo his work in Hrcntbitt and Loo a counties Isaac Hikingi of Lane and Vecd Con Kleton of Gampton have gone to Okla bona territory in inspect the lay of tho land and with the view of making sum In Tlf t III ell be Caroline Little wife of ISlsberry Little of Uillmorc IIIIH boon fiiiTtiring from a pastbut I beo Is attending her That cutting Coulter is the way the boys refer to Taylor CaalcuyH clerk andI I I I anggeHtcdfromi i I soma of the buys in iMiirJshi contests Courtney McChilrc Iis carrying his left hand in a sling by rraon of monkeying I with anolhor boys knife lie clapped1i I at Curtis Rove who held a jock knife in t biB hand with the result that he got cut penetrating one knuckle and sever lug an artery HOT Thomas Hornsbr the cowboy preacher assisted by a man named ChItII yipI i began n meeting at Still water church on Sunday night which in still in prog 1 Tess Revs IIoniHby and Cht ViII how ever laving other ungagemtmtfl were forced to quit the meeting Monday night hut it will be continued indefinite JJy lIIy other4Intl loentiugJnckfmm n- Uny r I Bros I gobihII I wuulbe I gtfromantirope may rccon airier usShouldour a I go with him mid the town of Jacknon lanllltuyr IP rDartruro the young dentist who I TiiMnyI moaning left for West IIb1l orty niter n two weeks stay in lintel I j OrocnK without doubt tho boat dentist that ever shuck this tIIl1lll we say itiI with 1Ipr mfnt to tin other gontt Ucdl i U tho Ohio nehool of dentistry and has I pninBUlldng was delivered to him by the faculty of i that institution which by the wayjI at tho head with other American dental institutions nud they in turn are the greatest in the world Tho Anion pronoutccdbyhas outdo two trips to this lava is first being so successful that he was- ompelled to stay eager the second time and this Ilest viJtI was suit n victory for the young man thnt when he comes again ho will hero to stay a month at least He extracts teeth without pain fills teeth with gold and all other sub known to the profession and makes upper and lower seta mi perfect to counterfeit nature itself Each everyone who atomized him at his former or recent vUitlsa living walking talking advcrtixcmiiit of bin superior workmanship gentlemanly deportment and courteous conduct and tho consc lies in tho sequel that llartram and only Hartram can do dental work forI denizens of Hazel Green and vicinity goes from West Liberty to Morehead hut is hooked for this place stein in the fall and already has n score or more who long for his coming Wherever IIP goes mid1 to all Wilt may need work in his line we I I can stay turdsay it without tear of denial that hix dcnixtry in all and every partic is as a dream A private letter from Curtis Pieratt to hit brother IL F 1ieratt states that he joined tho United Stairs army at Cin canasta was transferred to Jeflii ou liar Mo and is now enlisted as a pri unto in the cavalry at Ia per month found He dour out know how long he will have the plea lIru of remaining IclFiTfon Barracks which 1m think most bountiful place in the world an the captain hex informed him that he will bo sent elsewhere in about III day + porhap to Sun Francisco Cal Me has sot yet been assigned to bin command lIIclIIf counw can only tell oonimiiy and ref inuMit when his hose and accou trement are iissued to him 0 Jr XiekHl wa on Monday oallwll to Lacy creek to fee n child of leek MillersI which Wit bully biinuHl The child hail bfen quito sick for some time and iU motlior was sitting by an open ere placo with it in her lap when it fell into the lire and was burned severely about Ithe head It le suppo d that the mother worn out from low of sleep docd on sad let it full Dr Xickell dressed tho burns and put a soothing lotion on tho wounds but the child isI in a precarious condition notwithstanding The wheat crop just ImrvuAtod in this totally develops the taut that while above tho average in yield and plumpness the crop is nut HO good as was anticipated TIll acrOiigO was larger than ever before sown Tho oats crop is very light in straw i o short but tint harvestedJ shows gear heads On account of the meeting at Grove in which Rev Mr1 Mann is assis ted by Itut11Us of Kronchburg there will be no services held at the M1 K church in this placo on Sunday Tho meeting at Tine Grove is attended withI much interest and several conversions have so fur reunited Richmond Do Musk and wife nee Mima Taulhee Wilt left here about tho ICth lust arrived at Waxahachio Texas on the aid safe and1 well and both speak of tho country in glowing terms of praise rrSirs Dell says the Indian Territory iis tho must delightful country she ere I saw Dr Sic clI n ports the birth of a hoy I baby to the wife of Joe WlUon of ltnc creek Oil Friday tho 23rd lust nleo to to wife Jim Edwards of Laurel a boy emncmtDult H liedThe first a wine end tho latter a Republican HillII Muiiideyof course The editor of this paper desires to an nounce that having just lest supplier with n brand new set of upper anti lower tooth by Dr Hartram the ideal dentist ho iis now prepared to test fully tho con tents of the thank tank First come first served Prevention it1 better than euro perfecttfby to I t t taking Hoods Snrsaparilla Hoods Pills net gentlelctiliclent i HootVa Snrsaparilln a l J1 1 rJ l + Z r M I Q B F PIATT OOT- HE ORIGINATORS OP LOW i PRICES I IxllizI n F Ve invite the attention of the public to our 4 I THI Gdepartment It is now complete and wo say without fear of contradiction or tlio defiance of our competitors that wo can and will sell you your CLOTHING FOR LESS MONEYthnn tinyiitni1 in Ilaxel Green Wo also carry a complete lino of General Merchan disc which we will sell as low as any man OUR DRUG DEPARTMENT complete told prices unequalled in East I Kentucky and we invite the patronage of all doctors anil the peoplo generally We still keep a firstclass LIVERY AND FEED SHAWLS H t desiresqAlso Agents for Torrent Campton and Hazel Green Telephone Co When in need of anything in our line dont forget the place j I IS Pe O JaLOCs NO a eosIThanking nil our customers for their liberal patronage we remain Respectfully YT K KXCKUriTj Salesman xt F PIKKAOTO Jb COLYi 0 n q IHazolQroon Acadomyii I To parents who havo children to dll1 cute within a radius of live stiles of Ha zel Green academy Let me call your attention to some thing worthy of your consideration Do you want to give your boys and girls a good education Thon unroll them in our school at time beginning of the ees sion fceptomber 1 It will bo to your advantage and theirs to keep them here for eight or ton months in tho year Their pnngrcMt will IIK mulch lOon stir failory than if they enroll in ttviiMclxHil within that time They missy callroam front home to Hchcol every day1uu havo hom8 and mulrt they can ride sad you can rent stablel room ra onnhly You can probably pitY their tuition in product from your farms I would bt glad to we any parents who would like to make hII airangcinent for tilt MMwidii htitiuning on the first lilYtlf Sep1 tfiiiltor We can ute green mid dried fruitsi IpulAtutin ourn hay uIUIIIIIMc thickets eggs huge and bccvei op tui tion or hoard Should you hero any of lliCHj and want to oil uaatu your chidren in this way lot me know Very roapcctfully WM 11 Conn Principal llHel1 icon July 21I 18U7 Children are store siiMceptilde to cold than grown folks and their constitutions will not permit of quinine or other radi cat treatment 1r Lulls Pine Tar honey is not only absolutely hnrmlcfn but is pleasant to tho taslo and never fails to cure or stop n cold ISlU ILucy who has been visiting his father mother brothers and other role tires nod friends lucre since last May left yesterday morning for Parker Kan oAm where ho will engage III farming His uncle Knoch Cnskcy lives at thin place and Scull may Hvo with him A privat otter from Mlin Lane Taut bfo to her brother Dr John ATaulbce states that she has been visiting in ell40 the prominent cities ofllho luau star state ono of which is Dallas and Inv Illig a royal time I r FOR SALE Nineteen 19 Shares Torrent- r and Hazel Green Telephone Slock References Henry Franklin Iieratt DuckyHollon Solomon SeaUberry Comb who tree a lunjr ut tho Directors and in U position to explain to any ono wishing to my how wolf the company managed 1 T DAY n II Practicalt G Pai1orr I tfIfjJJ111 Orders receive Attention l1fomJlt T n Tho Dost and Cuoapout Sohdal In Eastern Kentucky n fooD if 1r it1I7 W AAj1J M jtJ JjAA V R i1 NORMAL BUSINESS PREPARATORY Next Session BOgins 1We esaal1Sept 111 1897 Full Courses Snctained in Every Doiiartuiout Collegiate Preparatory Normal Business and Bible Thorough Work is Required in all Studios Purouod PmjsiIJleI 00IWIaUluuall I y I sIt I Fur CHHOK and further intonuittlini write l i I WM H CORD Principal 4I HAZEL GREEN KY rI pc = = h TilE KIUHTH ANNUAL KXIIIIUTION OF HAZEL GREEN FAIRi4 DRIVING PARK ASSOC A fnON Will he held at their urouuiU September 7th 8th 9th and 10th 1897 ifi llJllSI A Fair DiBtiuctivoly for 1BC7 I IEvory Feature ot Former Yoan tan- MANY NEW SIOI1TO AND SCENES YOUR of PROSPERITY of ADVANCED IJY ATrKNDINO n DISTINCTIVELY AGRICULTURAL I I In every method tau feature DAILY THE OF LIVE will cholru of every await who I J + +11tlNDOF+MUSla j4 will contrihiitu to tho ptciuurc aid of visitors to limo Fair J DAY Pros N L Socy ifSund to Secretary fur Iroinluin Liit ami other lnforiimtI iiBJi U A BUSINESS In tin trninnii who Mould win Miieco H in life Thin belag It of thtt that lo got your tint nchool that stands In time vary front rank thoI I i BOOKKEEPINO SrfORTHANP I TELEGRAPHY BALLOON ASCENSION DISPLAY STOCK SEVERAL RACES EACH UNEXPECTED PLEASURES PREMIUMS SUlER uatcrtalaniuat TAYLOR WARE Q EDUCATIONIs abiiululoly nr v U Importance at BRYANT BUSINESS COLLEGE Louisvlllo KytiUrllf fur book giving leHlnionlnl from eraduntca DC rlllh n AFLOYD HYIID Campion K- yATTORNEtATLAW IrAbstract of title furnished collec loan made sad prompt returns guaranteed naylit4 n JI umhraou Micclruons broid DAYr those ahead BOUNTIFUL Un U I necemnry young tnnn iliiur foiiocdnl ruining STRATTON lieautldil t 1 t A HOWARD BTAMPJ3R ArronnlwTLwCA- MPTON ky r VlllprnctfccJn time courts ofWolff MwitiU 1 s- edioinlug OJlrttcI AU busluicu et rriai4- to ot carewljrecelvr prrInpf tUh i t Much in Little Is especially truo of Hoods Pills for no meill clno ever contained so great cumtlvo power In So small space They arc a wbolo m- edicineHoods k always ready al efficient always aat IILchest prevent a cold euro all liver Ills Pills i sick beAd Jaundice constipation etc Ie The only Mlb to tAku with hood Sarsoparllla L STATE SIFTINGS ffi m i rThe road question in bring ivgitnted in four or five penny rile counties where three are no pikes Ilnlbcrt postoffice three miles west of Vanceburg was robbed one morning last week of 8 in stamps Willis Meredith county clerkof Ed mOb BOD county short in his accounts 8720 has left for parts unknown For shooting and seriously wounding Dave Butler in Floyd county James ircmore was held in a 300 bond The old lino Republicans of Louisville have nominated full city ticket in op position to the Todd Republican ticket v Corbin boomers want a new county made out vf parts of Knox Laurel and Whitley with Corbin as the county seat The Bourbon News says the Paris mil ling company has bought so far 20000 bushels of new wheat at f 8 and fiO cents per bushel rfA grain dealer of Georgetown says that tho present yield of wheat is jive times as largo iu that of last year in Scott county Attorney General Taylor has entered suit at Frankfort against J WicoIIagins Brcathitts circuit clerk on an alleged shortage of 311 Lizzie Gish an 18 yenr old HendcrHon girl quarreled with hor lover George Blendin and then got a gun and shot herself in his presence All the pikes in bunion county 300 miles are now free The fiscalcourt lost week purchased eighteen miles from W W Baldwin for 25000 P Floyd Taylor county superintendent of Mercer and nominee for reelection was stricken with paralysis of the brain and IId in a precarious condition Near Hadley Warren county John Martin and Virgil Belcher met on horseback and fought n duel with knives Both ttcro dangerously wounded Tho warehouse of J W Cottlo a1 Sandy Hook was broken into n short tlmo since and five men are in the jail at Graywm charged with th crimeThieves are operating extensively In Trimble county Tho smokehouse of R Ovcrton near Liberty was raided tho other night and every poundof meat stolen While picking blackberries near Mid dlcsboro Mrs Sarah Ilodgo was bitten by n capperhcad smako A madstone was applied and tho opinion prevails that she will recover Sam Wilford living at Paint Lick is Kentuckyllo Gently ho ate a l0 pound gobbler and 30 aoftbolled eggs in one day Mrs Edmonla Martin of Louisville daughter nnd only surviving heir of Dick Tate hai brought suit against three life insurance companies for 12000 claiming that her father is dead A barbarous war Is now on in Loltch field A man can get a shays nnd hair cut for nothing while one barber Is hav lug a bath room added to his shop where customers can got a hot or cold bath freeA case was tried nt the recent session ef Grant quarterly court in which the jury was composed of six grocers of W51 Hanwtown whoso average weight was 275 pounds They weighed tho evidence carefullyA has been circulated iu Richmond protesting against lion John WI Ycrkca removing tbo revenue office to Danville It is claimed that it will cause tho desecration of the new govern ment building just croctod at Richmond Lotcher Cartmol nnd wife of Bath county are not roninrkablo for their isu but they Imvo two good ised daugh fttr 4ao IdJ in her fourth year and n r CI 6 weighs 111 pounds while the other Is iin her third year and tips the beam at 85 pounds Guv Bradley issued a pardon last week for George Dinning the negro who was recently rent to Eddy 111 e under n sentence of seven years Imprison ment for killing a member of a mob that attacked his home Dinning was re Lexingtoniwhose son was attacked by a negro high wayman the other night has authorizedI the statement that Le will givcOO t anyone who will deliver the guilty uian to him and says the county shall not bo taxed to prosecute the negro if he getsI hands on him once John Sprass a drunken tramp was are rested nt Shclbyvillc and placed in jail Bprass was confined in a cell by himself and broke out a pane of glass with his fist and with a piece of the glass severe an artery In his wrist When discovered he sync nearly dead having lost almost two gallons of blood A farmer living a few miles out of Louisville hits contracted to sell 1500 barrels of potatoes at lJ5 per barrel List year he sold his potatoes at 65 cents a barrel Uo says the proceeds of thei sales of potatoes pays the expenses of running his farm and the proceeds of other sales is n clear profit Dr G W McGraw a traveling medicine vender was awarded a verdict against the city of Marion a few days ago for 400 for false imprisonment Ho was arrested for Belling madiciuo with out a license niuLplaced In jail three years ago but soon released Ho brought suit nail the case was decided with the above result In the magistrates court at Corbin Mrs Hanua Edmonds walked up to Wm Harpe n grocer drew n pistol from her umbrella took deliberate aim at his heart and snapped the weapon twice but for some reason the cartridge failed to explode The womans husband lad just had Harpes partner indicted for selling whisky and Harpo in turn had secured an indictment of Mr and Mrs Kdmnnds Tho woman was fined 50 and Harpe who also flourished a pistol was fined the same amount Reasons Why Chamberlains ColIcCholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in tho Host L Because it nlUmU almost instant relief In case of pain in the stomach colic and cholera morbus 2 Because it is the only remedy that never fails in the most severe cases of dysentery and diarrhma 3 Because it is the only remedy that will euro chronic dinrrluun J Because it a time only remedy that will prevent bilious colic 5 Because it Iis tho only remedy that will cure epidemical dysentery thatcholera infantum 7 Bncausc it Is the most prompt and most reliable medicine in use for bowel complaints 8 Because it produces no bad results 9 Because it is pleasant and safe to take 10 Because It has saved the lives of more people than any other medicine in the world I The 25 and 50c sizes for sale by J T Day Hazel Green Many persons who spend money at watering places on excursions and the like spend other peoples money That- Is they are In debt and of course what over money they spend really belongs t their creditors It in just such eonduc- as 0t this that disgusts a business man wh is trying to do right and pay his hones- debts Wo know of dozens of men wln 0 have in the pMt six mouths spent many dollars for things that they really did not need and all tho while are in debt to this paper and claim to be too hard up to pay Such people ought to bo blacklisted and all dealers refuse to give them creditSentinel Democrat The same can bo said of a great many persons in this section and Iif the credit system were entirely abolished every body would be happier and tho cry of hard times would not be heard so fre quently CoKnunx VA July 19 1RU7 Editor HEUAIP I suppose my sub scription to TUB HUUAID has expired I had almost as soon undertake to do without my coffle as to do without TilE Uriuu RO I enclose you 50 cents for six months subscription Wishing you BUCCCM I am yours truly DW1Ithr Henry Shockoy of Dayaboro was in town YWttojj Tucsdny 1 L I HOW TO FIND OUT Fill a bottle or common glass with urine and let It cloud twentyfour hours n sect iment or settling indicates n disease condition of the kidneys When urine stains lines it is positive evidence of kidney trouble Too frequent desire te urinate or pain in the back is slat con vincing proof that the kidneys and blad oder are out of order WHAT TO DO There In comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilrnvra Swnmp Root the great kidney remedy fulfills backokidneys liver bladder und every part of the urinary passages It corrects inabil ity to hold urine nnd scalding pain in passing itor bad ellccts following usef liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to get up many times during the night to urinate The mild and the extraordi ydeffect of Swamp Root is soon real ized It stands time highest for its won derful cures of the most distressing cases If you need n medicine you should have the hill Sold by druggists price fifty cents and one dollar For a sample bot tlo and pamphlet both sent free by mat mention TilE HAzEr Gitunv HEIIATD and send your full postofllce address to Dr Kilmer Co IHnghampton N Y The proprietors of this paper guarantee the genuineness of this ofler Kentucky Fair Dates Danville August 3Four days Lebanon August 10 Three days Lawrencehurg August tiFour days Elizahcthtown August IiFour days Shelby villo August 4our days Shephcrdsvillc August 2tFourdny Madisonville August 2iJFour days Hiirdfttown August 31Five days liarbourville September IThree days Paducah September iFour days horse Cave September iFour days Howling Green September SFour daysEminence September 8Four days HAZEL GREEN September 7 Four days Glasgow September 15 Four days Morgnnfiild October 6Fivc days A Card To tho churches of Christ in Eastern KentuckyThere operating in this section one man who styles himself Prof Den ton lIe has claimed to be a preacher in tho Christian church arid that he was employed by the state missionary board lito set churches in order etc Ho line never been employed by the state board and any assertion ho makes as to that iis without a thread of foundation His record during the time he claimed to be in tho Christian church was not that of n Christian minister In the words of one to whom he referred as to his Chris tins standing Have nothing to do with him July 20 1897 WM H COUD Last summer one of our grandchil dren was sick with n severe bowel troub le says Mrs E G Gregory of Freder ickstown Mo Our doctors remedies had failed then we icd Chamberlains Colic Cholera and biurrluua Remedy which gpvo very speedy relief For sale by J T Day Chow Kate Gravely Tobacco the only ITtti Tobacco sold DBELLS pine r Hoiteyt will stop i yourcough and cure the cause OIlIrtcesc J THE zE SCTHEKLAKD UUVICINE oePABCCAH KV w TRAINING AND FEED STABLESt bndcoming hero from 11 distance who may desire horses pastured for few days or weeks can J have tho best pasture at reasonable rates LI J8 Y 3F J3JLsE keep have n full supplyof hacks drummers in charge of careful drivers which they cnn contract time day for any length of time intending to visit Swango Spring bo mot nt lither Rothwell or Torrent with team nnd driver nut I hnvo pleasure in shipping water for thom whenever desired J DAY FOR ALL OFw rIrr 14+ m I I flf44eCALL HERALD TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK- MT I STERLING KY 0 CAPITAL 200000 I SURPLUS 30000 o J M President G L KIltKIATIUCK President W W THOMSON Cushier 0We respectfully the business of mer chants farmers trailers and business men generally throughout Easters Kentucky A general bunking business done us a chnnce to rend you n bank book nay your checks and maim you when in need W W THOMPSON Caslmcr WinOnesteI Bank WINCHESTER KY N II WITHBRSPOON President R D HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000T- his tank solicits the accounts of mer chant farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern and olrers its custoulers every facility Rndt the most liberal terms the limits of legitimate banking octisly NEW MILLINERY MRS S B KASH Fashionable Milliner 5LIS NOW IN HAZEL GREEN with u lull line of the latest mind newest styles of Millinery Goods at the prices amid aska the ladies to await her coming making their spring purchases NEWEST STYLES LOWEST PRICES WT WITH TRIMBLE BROTHERS Wo1esIc GrOGOrS MT STEKLINO KY WJ SEITZ WITH W M KERR CO JOnnERS IN Hardware Agricultural Im laments IKONTON O AGENTS USTLERBrightest t and best pa Iler hCII foragllI caiivacsieri and mail order people Up to date 20000 monthly n year Ads n line SlKClAi OKfKi During the next GO days will give you paper one year and n 4 line ad two times for aril Or 100 nice envelopes printed unit prepaid amid paper one year for 50c cash Notehends saute Cheapest and best AUKNTS HfhTlKU38 Main St Murray Ky FIFTY A WEEKII Easily made Agents wanted in every lo Onlybookever produced Agents are taking a5 many ns 200 orders per week Beware of fraudu imitations Send for outfit and begin work nt once W 11 CO KKY COMPANY Publishers 311 Dearborn street ARE YOU THINKING liluegrassTimEits large circulation will help you to get the best bargain through n small advertisement Try it Published twice a week at 150 per year 1IIKI1N A DONOVAN Proprietor Wlnchmter Ky THE nERAlADIS THE REST ADVERTISING MEDIUM IN EASTERN KY Also for the convenience and thsDayn firstclass Livery Stable whoro IjIwill Buggies Saddle Horses I1 nnd Hacks for hiro at all times ti meetthemI and have any desired vehicle orii saddle horse promptly I will also j for hire to for by Persons will will TAYLOR KINDS AT THE OFFICE niGSTAFF Vice solicit Give money Kentucky within lowest before COLVIN 25o 20c too neatly DOLLARS lent Chicago Lexington and Eastern Railway a Time Table In Effect May 16 1897 WEST SOUND j STATIONS Nol Siufdajs Difi Jyfex j I 1iiJayuLexingtoni pmAvonI jmClaypalspmFairlieI smStnntoualn1i18ollI amIamNatainTorrent1 i t amUrattyvcimThreeamAthulI i amJacksonI LAST BOUN- Ds 0STATIONSex Dally I only Suniluy antI I I Lexington 2 30 pinl 7 45 5 40 sin Avon 2 51 jiiiii 8 13 am iiG 13 am amt1 Indian Flds 3 40 pm Ji 08 am 811 im Clay City 3 5S Ipm fl 27 am 0 10 im Stanton 4 OS pin 9 3di nm 11 20 nm Kilsion 4 21 pm y 4i nm 11 51 am JimNlltpinTorrentpml1eattu1 i pmAtholpmJacksonNos 1 and 2 arrive null depart from C 4 freighttrainsJ1R IIARRGcnl Minngcr CHAS SCOTT Gen Pass Agent 1 g ANPuked Without Otani j FEN FOR FIVE CENTS motmpaniTabnleshprrpanrlfrom leans dart up tor the punuM of mrrtlntf the untrrrnlmodemdemuulforstowprkeiiI tMdtlmeorJGbolepainlnduceaiep t IVnt Spring BixHdne No trotter whl till D1AUt bile wUl do oairood One RlrerrUef- a euro Iii Must If illrtvUcni TfoUowcJ rIt IUnaaupplywhenregwrtnfhrtutnn eontatningLenlatntle fllbeetpurt rrrforareecntllnttmpforwarded M Pliruoe KU New Vorktntll tba ptwdi urn th rii 11dkfll I them a talr mirgla of prudtlal 1 down car I Ion troeen nolllSeenta Ildoanilil- eartoerforr111by mall torn 0aroePcarton tor 1111 t yrou Uco rart for 1100 cash wmtb the order In eerrr MI and tnlght or PpnII ctanyt at tbo bucr a cost WHLLIS fJ VEELEE J HAZEL GREEN KY j Blacksmiths and Wagon makersll laving leased tho shop known ns the Frank Tylcrshop and purchased a new nut complete line of black I unitliinir and making tools and materials lire pre pareIto do nil kinds of work in our line and nt the 4 most reasonable rates live UK n call IIndcn trial Kexpuctfully ini t j YOUR FORTUNEis your bmlth Vonrtinrtlifi le 7ur strc rtti J ndeftPCUNIr1LtNNI e troubleLI1SEtiTAllltlX That invful odor rCutnrih dlt FernrandAethmnCiNltllalaIr1f117MINIqnJB A IJIAULBEEJlI DlPhysician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY MSurgery and obstetrics aspccloltj i tj